Psychiatrists are seeing an increase in anxiety disorders during the COVID pandemic. Dr. Brendel shares some coping mechanisms.
The Reopening Task Force of Chelsea struggles to finalize a detailed approach for the new academic year weeks before the start date.
Dentists have remained open for “emergency visits” throughout the pandemic but getting a routine cleaning is a whole new experience.
Pediatric nurses are caring for the less vulnerable population when it comes to contracting COVID but the kids have no idea what’s going on.
Visiting nurses are adjusting to a new normal as patients don’t want them to enter their homes due to COVID-19.
As COVID-19 becomes a global pandemic, Chinese people in the United States have to make difficult choices.
Over the past few months, fewer industries have faced more uncertainty than dining. As owners of restaurants in Massachusetts and the North End, in particular, adjust to adhere to social distancing guidelines, their jobs have changed as they try to stay in business.
After months of only takeout, every state is now allowing dine-in eating in some capacity. Over the past few months, many businesses have been sheltered, as Massachusetts flattened the curve. As the state has gradually reopened, owners are happy to be welcoming back customers, despite numerous changes. Like restaurant workers, customers are adjusting to a new normal.
Chinese students who choose to stay in the United States face homesickness and other worries.
Miami is a tourist capital of America, and now it’s a coronavirus epicenter. Learn more about how the city is dealing with earning the title ‘epicenter of the pandemic.’